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  • group — group1 [ grup ] noun count *** ▸ 1 people in same place ▸ 2 people with same ideas ▸ 3 similar people/things ▸ 4 set of people/things ▸ 5 musicians/singers ▸ 6 set of companies 1. ) a small number of people who are together in the same place:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • group — I UK [ɡruːp] / US [ɡrup] noun [countable] Word forms group : singular group plural groups *** 1) a) a small number of people who are together in the same place: can be followed by a singular or plural verb group of: There was a group of girls… …   English dictionary

  • group — [[t]gru͟ːp[/t]] ♦ groups, grouping, grouped 1) N COUNT COLL: oft N of n A group of people or things is a number of people or things which are together in one place at one time. The trouble involved a small group of football supporters... The… …   English dictionary

  • group — group1 W1S1 [gru:p] n [Date: 1600 1700; : French; Origin: groupe, from Italian gruppo] 1.) [also + plural verb British English] several people or things that are all together in the same place group of ▪ a group of children ▪ a small group of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • group — /gru:p/ noun 1. several things or people together ● A group of managers has sent a memo to the chairman complaining about noise in the office. ● The respondents were interviewed in groups of three or four, and then singly. 2. several companies… …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • group — /gru:p/ noun 1. several things or people together ● A group of managers has sent a memo to the chairman complaining about noise in the office. ● The respondents were interviewed in groups of three or four, and then singly. 2. several companies… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Group call — Group calling, similar to conference calling, is a means of communication where the calling party wishes to involve multiple parties. In comparison to conference calling, all parties involved in a call always have the opportunity to participate… …   Wikipedia

  • group — [gruːp] noun [countable] 1. also group of companies ORGANIZATIONS a large business organization that consists of several companies that all have the same owner: • Burmah Castrol, the lubricants group • the sale of the Rover Group to BMW …   Financial and business terms

  • Group — can refer to: Sociology * Group action (sociology) * Group behaviour * Groups of people, a description of various different human groups ** Peer group ** Workgroup * Group dynamics * Group (sociology), a sub set of a culture or of a society *… …   Wikipedia

  • group — [gro͞op] n. [Fr groupe < It gruppo, a knot, lump, group < Gmc * kruppa, round mass: see CROP] 1. a number of persons or things gathered closely together and forming a recognizable unit; cluster; aggregation; band [a group of houses] 2. a… …   English World dictionary

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